Friday, January 15, 2010

A Butterfly in Winter

I am in awe of the small wonders we are surrounded with but often never notice in our busy day-to-day lives.

This morning, while throwing a few pieces of wood into our outdoor wood furnace, something caught my eye. There was a little butterfly sitting on one of the logs! Quite unusual for the middle of January!

It brought to mind how the Lord carries us through even the wintry times in our lives...we must try and see the sunshine where we are at now(which is what I think this butterfly was doing on this slightly warmer day!) and endure because spring WILL be coming!

He WILL carry us through!

"Weeping may endure for a night; but joy cometh in the morning" Psalm 30:5


Notes from Shraddha said...

Thank you for all your posts on AAT and BioAllergenix. I read all your posts since Mar 31, 09 :) My husband has cedar allergies and we went for our first AAT testing yeaterday. I have my appointment tomorrow for Eczema (allergic/sensitive to Glutamates, amides, and salicylates. Lets see if AAT helps. Once again thank you.

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Tanya said...

I wish you the best! :) I hope you guys have the same success that I have had and that you feel better soon! Please, come back and share your experience!

AJ said...

I second the thank you for all your post on AAT and BioAllergenix! I've suffered from multiple food sensitivities for the past 18 years and an seriously considering AAT and BioAllergenix treatment. I have an AAT practitioner 50 miles from me and a BioAllergenix practitioner about 30 miles down the road. I'm leaning toward AAT; which of the two would you recommend Tanya?

Tanya said...

You are very welcome! :)
My personal experience was to do AAT first, then switch over to the BioAllergenix.

BUT, cost-wise, for someone that knows they have multiple allergies, I believe that the BioAllergenix is the better way to go.

I felt a *lot* better once I went through just a few AAT treatments, so it does make a difference. But you will be able to test for many more potential allergens with the BioAllergenix system, and you will likely have things turn up that you didn't even think about testing for with AAT.

As you have things treated, your body will be able to focus on healing and less on being inundated by (unknown) allergens.

It will matter, too, the payment policy of the particular offices that you have access to, as well as your own personal budget. For me, AAT was a pay per visit. BioAllergenix, however, was a one-time lump sum for the entire treatment(however long it lasts).